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25 [top right]
vol 24 [margin left]
Jones [pencil annotation top left]
/Subsistence/[?] [pencil annotation top left]

Mount Pleasant, Christ Church
5th Decbr 1839

Dear Sir/
Well knowing you are most
laboriousely engaged in the prosecution
of the late Rioters makes me very
loathe to intrude on your time to do the
least business in my affairs but -
being drove to the last extremity -
and cannot get any Credit for either
necessaries for support of nature, nor
Shuse to my feet nor Mrs James
compels me to intrude on a small
part of your time to please leave me
know if I can get a sum of Money
to support me on untill my Affairs are
Settled - Or must I sell off my -
Household furniture
. All as Mrs
and myself could get Money
or are in Pledge, even her Ring.
Hoping you will please to give me
an answer next Saturday morning
(I shall call for the same).
I am
Dear Sir -



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